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We hope you will join us! Duke Service-Learning and Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship would like to invite you to participate in the “Collaboration X-Change.” This workshop, held on February 3, 5:00-7:00pm in Gross Hall, will explore the skills and resources needed to build positive relationships between college students and community partners. Partners who have confirmed their participation include:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, The Redwoods Group Foundation, Orange Recycling Services, Inc., City of Durham Parks & Recreation, Croasdaile Village, Durham Arts Council, Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, Durham Literacy Center, Teen Career Academy, Duke Healthy Lifestyles (Bull City Fit), Duke Pediatric Primary Care, Durham Crisis Response Center, Movement of Youth, Shakespeare On Base, Preservation Durham, Emily K Center, TROSA, SEEDS, Symbology Clothing, Immaculata School/Immaculate Conception Church, Durham PAGE, John Avery Boys and Girls Club, George Watts Elementary, MaxPoint PR, Community Foundation of the West End Community, Inc., Crayons2Calculators, Sustainable Duke, Duke University, NC Fourth Sector Resource Project, East Durham Children’s Initiative, Cityzen, Kidznotes, Kramden Institute
The participants (Duke students, faculty, and community partners) will discuss what Duke can offer, what expectations the community has, and the group will brainstorm about best practices for successful collaborations. Food and parking will be provided. Make sure to register by February 1st, by clicking here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/collabxchange.
The Organizing Team
Joan Clifford and Rachael Lubbers, Duke Service-Learning
Matt Nash, Katherine Black, Kevin Hoch, Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship